By Jude Watson
Ferus Olin's allegiance is to the Jedi. but if he's summoned to determine the Emperor, the Sith Lord makes him a suggestion he can't refuse. If he can be ready to hinder a planet from plunging into chaos, the Empire will spare Ferus's captured associates. And if he doesn't . . . they'll die. one other heart-stopping Jedi event from bestselling writer Jude Watson.
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And now I really want to kiss you, so if you could just relax—” “I’m not going to kiss you. I’m going to figure out what’s going on,” he says. I pout my lower lip for a second, but then I grin as the pieces come together in my mind. ” I exclaim. “Because you’re not very nice either! ” “Come on,” he says. ” “That’s encouraging,” he replies flatly. “Come on. Oh, for God’s sake. ” He swings me into his arms, one arm under my knees and the other around my back. I wrap my arms around his neck and plant a kiss on his cheek.
I start toward him, and he shifts back, into the hallway. ” I jerk into action, aiming my left fist where I know it will hurt the worst: at the bullet wound in his arm. He dodges the punch, but instead of trying again, I seize his arm as hard as I can and wrench it to the side. Peter screams at the top of his lungs, and while he’s distracted by the pain, I kick him hard in the knee, and he falls to the ground. People rush into the hallway, wearing gray and black and yellow and red. Peter surges toward me in a half crouch, and punches me in the stomach.
I put it in my own pocket. I feel even more nervous now. The factionless lead us down the street and left into a grimy alleyway that stinks of garbage. Rats scatter in front of us with squeaks of terror, and I see only their tails, slipping between mounds of waste, empty trash cans, soggy cardboard boxes. I breathe through my mouth so I don’t throw up. Edward stops next to one of the crumbling brick buildings and forces a steel door open. I wince, half expecting the entire building to fall down if he pulls too hard.